George Lucas said it: “It’s hard work making movies.”
While most businesses utilizing the power of inbound marketing have embraced content marketing as a way to engage prospects and convert leads, many companies still shy away from using video marketing as part of their strategy. It’s understandable. Videos cost more to produce than blogs and whitepapers. Plus, incorporating video marketing into an inbound marketing content strategy is often nearly as tricky as making the videos themselves.
But businesses that hesitate to use video marketing are missing out on a way to attract prospects who prefer watching videos to reading text. If you’re looking to use video marketing in your inbound marketing content strategy, here are four steps you should take to drive results and boost conversions.